What do you want most in a friend – someone who is intelligent, or someone who has a sense of humor, or someone who is reliable? Which one of these characteristics is most important to you?

imagesFriendship is a very important part in everyone’s life. The absence of friends makes us feel alone. Real friends are always there to give us helping hand and shoulder to cry. They are always there to share with us happiness and loneliness.
What about the qualities friends should have they are individual for each of us. It depends on your own experience and life style. In my point of view, the most important quality for a friend is reliable. If a friend, then reliable friend as others can’t be called FRIENDS. We may know and like a person who is intelligent, or who has a sense of humor, but we cannot call him a friend unless he is also faithful and trustworthy. If a friend is reliable, it means that you have something to share together and it can mean that both humor and congruence are guaranteed. Reliable friend is always willing to listen to you, give you supports, and lend a helping hand to us when we are in need. “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” A friend is someone whom we can trust everything without fear that he will betray you.
To sum it up, a reliable person can be trusted and relied on – these are the two reasons why I think reliability is what I want most in a friend. Reliability can be a norm to exam the real friendship and motivate people to deepen their friendship. When I choose my friends, reliability is the foremost factor to be considered. Not only should my friends be reliable to our friendship, but also I should too.

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